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authorities to capture the people responsible for a deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. clinton met with libya's national assembly president mohamed magarief in new york on monday. the attack on september 11th killed the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans. magarief assured clinton that an all-out effort was being made to capture those responsible. the two shared concerns over the growing force of radical militants in libya. clinton pledged more aid to libya to help contain the threat. the united states believes that a terrorist group linked to al qaeda is responsible for the attack. >>> north korea says japan must resolve issues related to its colonial rule of the korean peninsula if it wants to form better relations. the newspaper of the governing workers party ran a commentary. it referred to the issues of so-called war-time comfort women from the korean peninsula and the drafting of korean men for hard labor during world war ii. last month, japan restarted talks with north korea for the first time in four years. japanese officials say they want to discuss the
in benghazi. in march 2011, the ordered in international military operation to protect civilians, the beginning of the end for libyan leader muammar gaddafi. but the u.n. does not only make peace -- it also orders peacekeeping operations. these presume that both sides want to lay down their arms. >> studies show that if peacekeeping missions are sent in, peacekeeping missions as 60% to 80% more likely to hold. one current example of a successful un peacekeeping force is the mission to liberia. >> nearly a decade ago, the security council sent in thousands of peacekeepers to liberia. a civil war had devastated the country. just two years after that, ellen johnson was elected president, the first woman to lead an african state. former dictator charles taylor was put on trial for war crimes. for the u.n., it was a success story, but in syria, the legitimacy of the security council is in jeopardy. russia and china had vetoed an intervention. no one thinks that getting rid of their veto right is an option, but there are other suggestions for reforms. >> you could consider making count
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